Sign up for 3DSPRO Newsletter and get InSpiration with our content, news and exclusive offers.


From the knowledges of 3D printing service to specific order-related issues, find answers that can help you accelerate your innovation with 3DSPRO's comprehensive FAQs session.

What 3D printing materials are heat-resistant?

1. Nylon: Nylon is often used to create temperature-resistant 3D printing materials.

2. PC (Polycarbonate): PC is a durable material that is resistant to impact, making it suitable for applications that require durability.

3. CPE+: CPE+ is frequently used in applications in which stiffness, temperature deflection, or other mechanical properties are important.

4. ABS and ASA: When assessing conventional filament for 3D printing, ABS and ASA have high Vicat softening temperatures ( a measurement of the softening point of materials that do not have a well-defined melting point).

5. Engineering PLA (ePLA): ePLA exhibits a HDT of >95 ºC, post-annealing.

6. Multi Jet Fusion PA 12: This innovative material provided by HP has many outstanding properties over conventional 3D-printed plastics, including being water-resistant and excellently resistant to chemicals, alcohols, fuels, detergents, oils, fats, etc. In addition, the Multi Jet Fusion PA 12 objects are well suited for applications requiring heat resistance to high temperatures.

3DSPRO logo 1


Copyright © 2024 3DSPRO Limited. All rights reserved.
Cookie Policy

3DSPRO collect cookies on your computer to provide more personalized services to you. By using this website, you consent to the cookies we use and our Privacy Policy